Brain Awareness Week 2014

Raising awareness of living with a neurological condition in Ireland

MS Ireland
24 Jan 2014

10th - 15th March 2014

Brain Awareness Week is an international awareness campaign, highlighting the work of neurological organisations (like us) and the experiences and issues of the people it represents (like you). The Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI) coordinates the Irish events every year.

What's happening during Brain Awaress Week?

NAI invite people with neurological conditions to the launch of living with a neurological condition in Ireland survey findings in the Mansion House, Dublin on Tuesday the 11th March. Attendance is free but booking in advance is essential. Please contact Mags/Sinead E: naiireland@eircom.net or T: (01) 872 4120


Be Brain Aware: Learn to Value this Wonderful Organ and How to Look After Your Brain free public talk by leading experts Professor Orla Hardiman and Professor Ian Robertson in the Science Gallery, Dublin Thursday 13th March. The event starts at 6.15pm. No need to book but you may want to arrive early!

MS Ireland is joining with a number of other NAI members to coordinate a series of Wellness Days for people with neurological conditions. These will be taking place in Kilkenny, Limerick, Sligo and Galway.

Limerick: Wellness Day, 10th April 2014
Galway: Wellness Day, 28th April 2014
Kilkenny: Seminar, 2nd May 2014

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